Russia, Moscow, 109004, Zemlyanoi Val str., 64, building 2, office 214
+7 (495) 720-48-21, +7 (495) 720-48-08
We are a young prospective company which exists on the tourist market since January 2017. We organize group trips for the tourists from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines and other countries of South-Eastern Asia. We organize trips within Russia – in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Crimea and Murmansk. We can also arrange a trip to any corner of our vast country according to your request.
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Moscow is the capital of Russia, one of the two capitals throughout Russia’s history. 870 years old, it is now one of world’s global and wealthiest cities, the biggest European city (if we don’t count Turkey as a European country), both population- and territory-wise. As opposed to the imperial Westernised St.Petersburg, Moscow is still full of medieval historical sights such as: Kremlin, the biggest ancient fortress in Europe; Red Square with the symbolic St.Basil’s Cathedral; Kolomenskoye Park with Wooden Palace of Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich, masterpiece of 17th century wooden architecture; Izmailovo Kremlin, a picturesque photospot styled in Old Russian wooden architecture and a great place to get Russian handicrafts items. For art lovers Moscow offers Tretyakov Gallery and Pushkin Museum, and much more. For the shows, visit circus and ballet performances. River cruise is a great way to get to know the city from the side of the river. Moscow has been the capital of the USSR so you can see lots of remnants of the Soviet past here: Museum of Astronautics, Cold-war Bunker, Patriotic War Museum and Stalin era skyscrapers called ‘7 sisters’ will tell you a lot about Soviet history. Vodka Museum is great to learn the history of Russia’s best-known drink.
The Museum of Great Patriotic War – a moving and very emotional memorial to the part of Second World War that took place on the territory of Soviet Union (1941-1945) and took lives of 27 mln Soviet people. It is a war that touched every Russian family. You will see dioramic installations of the main battles of the war and learn the shocking details. It is a place of worship, a symbol of national memory of the tragic and heroic pages in the history of Russia.
Great way to learn Russia’s military history, the Central Museum of Armed Forces is the largest military museum in Russia with its over 800 thousand exhibits from the last few centuries of Russian warfare: military equipment, weapons, beginning with those from the times of Civil War in 1918-1922 to the modern ballistic missiles. The museum's collection occupies 24 halls, some heavy weapons and equipment (actually the best bits!) are placed outside: mostly WW2 and Soviet era including a couple of SU-27s, and SS-20 launcher, a bunch of tanks and an armoured loco.
Russia that sent the first man to space in 1961 is certainly a place to visit Museum of Astronautics where you can learn about space exploration and space technology, see how astronauts train, what they eat and what space stations look like from inside. Mind you, the stele memorial on top of museum is a rocket and a tail under it, all made of titanium metal, material used for actual spaceship-building.
Nikulin Circus was named after the famous Soviet comedy actor and clown Nikulin. The capacity of the circus hall is 2000 people. During this 2.5 hours show you will see clowns, performing animals, illusionists and acrobats, all with Russian specifics
Located in the South-East of the city, Moscow State Circus is one of the biggest circuses in the world. Every performance includes breath-taking tricks and stunts, well-trained animals and bright decorations. Today the circus is using the most up-to-date acoustic, sound, light and stage equipment, so the evening will leave a very deep impression to you.
The Radisson Royal modern river yachts is where you can relax and enjoy the view of the Moscow sights from the river side while having a luxury meal. The cruise can take 1.5 or 2.5 hours, depending on the programme.
One of the world's most beautiful cities, St. Petersburg has all the ingredients for an unforgettable travel experience: high art, lavish architecture, wild nightlife, an extraordinary history and rich cultural traditions that have inspired and nurtured some of the modern world's greatest literature, music, and visual art. From the mysterious twilight of the White Nights to world-beating opera and ballet productions on magical winter evenings, St. Petersburg charms and entices in every season.
A city of palaces and museums, broad avenues and winding canals, St. Petersburg's short history has endowed the city with a wealth of architectural and artistic treasures. Alongside world-famous attractions such as the Hermitage, St. Isaac's Cathedral and the Mariinsky Theatre, the city has scores of lesser known but equally fascinating sights that reveal both the pomp and extravagance of St. Petersburg's political and Imperial past, and also the mysterious, tragic genius that has touched so many of the city's great artists and writers. Still considered Russia's cultural capital, St. Petersburg reflects the country's extraordinary fate like no other city, and its uniquely rich atmosphere exerts a powerful grip on even the most jaded traveler.
No visit to St. Petersburg is complete without a trip to at least one of the world-famous Imperial palaces in the city's suburbs. A showcase for the wealth and tastes of the Emperors of Russia from Peter the Great onwards, these extraordinary estates boast sumptuous palaces, extensive landscape gardens, and a treasury of art and history. It is debatable which estate takes preeminence - Tsarskoe Selo or Peterhof - but all of them have unique attractions and charms, so its well worth trying to fit as many as you can into your trip. Our guides to St. Petersburg's Imperial estates contain all the information you'll need to do so.
Opened in 1993, the Podvorye ( «Coach House» ) restaurant has since become known as «Russia´s most authentic Russian restaurant». In addition to having its own regular clientele, it has established a reputation in Saint Petersburg and far beyond.
Restaurants at travel destinations worldwide may as a rule be divided into those patronized by tourists and those favored by connoisseurs of fine cooking. Podvorye is remarkable for being equally esteemed by travelers as well as local residents. Intellectuals and aristocrats from various countries, actors, sports figures, politicians –and all those who appreciate art of good eating and love genuine Russian cuisine– thoroughly enjoy their visits to Podvorye.
A bear greets the guests with a glass of vodka; Podvorye’s menu opens to a variety of meat and fish courses, game felled in the hunting fields, classic Russian soups and an assortment of pickles. True to Russian tradition, its helpings are served generously; while a full panoply of vodkas are served - from Birch-bud to Horse-radish or Cranberry to name but a few - all made specially for Podvorye on site at Verkhniye Mandrogi, Leningrad Region.
Russian Vodka Museum is a unique museum. The Museum was reopened in a new location at Number 4 Konnogvardeysky Boulevard under the same roof with the new restaurant "Russian VodkaRoom No. 1"
Russian Vodka Museum is the first museum in Russia and in the world dedicated exclusively to Vodka. Its exhibition tells about the drink which has been an integral part and essential attribute of Russian life for centuries. Russian Vodka Museum is a member of "Museum Quarter. St.Petersburg."
The museum gives a fascinating insight into the Russian history, culture and drinking traditions. During the guided tour around museum our guests will hear about the vodka’s origin, Russian dining traditions, Russian vodka Kings, and get to understand close link between the history of the Russian State and the history of this strong drink.
Russian Vodka Room №1 was opened in 2008 and is ever since the only restaurant of Russian cuisine where you can taste the dishes from different historical periods and over 200 kinds of Russian vodka. The restaurant is a unique place where different historical eras meet to create a special ambience.
In 2008 the restaurant was awarded the Golden Palm (National Foodservice Awards by Leaders Club International) for the best restaurant concept. The restaurant owner is member of Chaîne des Rôtisseurs International Association of Gastronomy
Crimea is a peninsula on the northern coast of the Black Sea in Eastern Europe that is almost completely surrounded by both the Black Sea and the smaller Sea of Azov to the northeast. It is located south of the Ukrainian region of Kherson and west of the Russian region of Kuban. Crimea has historically been at the boundary between the classical world and the Pontic-Caspian steppe. Its southern fringe was colonised by the Greeks, the Persians, the Romans, the Byzantine Empire, the Crimean Goths, the Genoese and the Ottoman Empire, while at the same time its interior was occupied by a changing cast of invading steppe nomands and empires, such as the Cimmerians, Scythians, Sarmatians, Goths, Alans, Bulgars, Huns, Khazars, Kipchaks, Mongols and the Golden Horde. Crimea and adjacent territories were united in the Crimean Khanate during the 15th to 18th century.
In 1783, Crimea became a part of Russian Empire as the result of Russo-Turkish War (1768-1774).
"Industrial-agrarian association" Massandra "of the Administrative Department of the President of the Russian Federation is one of the most famous sights of Yalta. Vineyards, stretching for 180 kilometers from Foros to Sudak, give the appearance of this territory a unique color. More than a century, "Massandra" has a special place in the wine and wine industry of Russia, being, in fact, the cradle of domestic winemaking. It is more than an enterprise and a trademark. It is a treasure trove of wines and national pride of the country!
Among the jewels of Crimea is the Bakhchisaray Palace. It is the only example of Crimean-Tatar architecture in the world. The history of the Khan's residence is almost 500 years old.
The palace building today is a unique monument of Crimean-Tatar palace architecture. It was erected in the middle of the 16th century. The earliest structures of the complex were the Sarah Guzel baths and the Big Khan Mosque, dating back to 1530. The mosque still functions today. A special lodge was built for the sovereign, decorated with stained-glass windows and Iznik tiles. The Bakhchisaray Palace was not the Khan's only residence, there were five other small Palaces. But the principal residence of the Crimean lord was the Bakhchisaray Palace, built on the orders of Sahib I Giray.
The palace and the park complex (1830-1846, total territory 40 hectares) is one of the most beautiful spots in Crimea. Ai-Petri - one of the peaks in the Crimean mountains looms over the green terraces of the park and the sea. The artificial fascinating landscapes of the park are in full harmony with the palace built for the governor-general of the Novorosiyskyi Krai (a Southern administrative unit in Russian Empire) M. Vorontsov in 1828-48. The palace was designed by architect E. Blore (the author of ideas of Buckingham House and the Westminster Abbey) and represents synthesis of Late English Gothic style and Moorish motifs.
The "Swallow's Nest" is a monument of architecture and history, located at the top of the 40-meter (130 ft) Avrora Cliff of Cape Ai-Todor, village of Gaspra (the Greater Yalta). It was built between 1911 and 1912 by the Russian architect Leonid Sherwood. The castle is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Crimea, and the symbol of the Crimean southern coast.
Murmansk is a city in the extreme northwest of Russia and the world's largest city north of the Arctic Circle. With a population of over 300,000, Murmansk is the largest city in the Arctic and an important Russian naval base and commercial port. During World War II , Murmansk served as a port for the arctic convoys, and after the war became the Soviet Union's most important submarine base. Although Murmansk is long and thin, most sites of interest to visitors are within a fairly compact area in the city center. Prospekt Lenina is the main north-south thoroughfare through the city center and the central Five Corners Square. Avid walkers could cover the entire stretch of the central area from the Poliarnie Zori Hotel on the south end of the city center to the Alyosha Statue, which is situated on a plateau on the north side of the city.
Kola fishing is an eco-touristic paradise just 1-hour drive from Murmansk. Beloved by Russian and European stars and political leaders, situated in the forest preservation area on the bank of a picturesque river, this resort specializes in salmon and perch fishing. The wooden sturdy houses can place up to 32 people. In the winter, we offer ice fishing and sleighing in snowmobiles with scenic winter views, snow-hill for sleighing and sliding, as well as authentic Russian banya. Enjoy clean and fresh snowwhite landscape, try catching a 40 kilo fish from under the ice while having BBQ and some hot drinks in hunter’s house, get some real sauna steam with birch brooms. In the evening you can spend some time with the group in the 24-hours guest lounge watching movies, playing poker and chess while waiting for the northern lights. Please remember that the northern lights is an even more spectacular sight when you are at the water side, which is the case in Kola-Fishing resort.
The place leaves you with the feeling of relaxation that will always be there with you in your everyday city life.
Husky park is situated in the middle of Kola peninsula, in 160 km from Murmansk city. It is a family-run base, where you can experience husky riding, riding in a sleigh pulled by reindeers, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, daily guided hiking with Siberian husky dogs. You can also visit Saami village, traditional Saami dwelling choom, see reenactment of Saami lifestyle and watch authentic Saami group concert. Upon arrival guests are provided with traditional northern overall dress made of wool. You can also feed reindeers, play fortune-telling with runic symbols, try traditional Saami lunch of salmon soup, stewed venizon with Russian buckwheat, homemade cowberry cake and Lappish tea for dessert served in the relaxing atmosphere of the Choom heated by an open fire.
Russia, Moscow, 109004, Zemlyanoi Val str., 64, building 2
+7 (495) 720-48-21, +7 (495) 720-48-08
+7 (495) 720-48-21